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New Additions to Netflix Worth Watching in September

Netflix has got plenty of acclaimed additions streaming this month, whether to fuel procrastination or prep for the impending Oscar season.

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Déjà Vu (2006)

The movie's leap from contemporary coppish thriller into science fiction is initially jarring.

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Domino: New Line Platinum Series (2005)

Domino maps mythology, not as a means to heroic or sympathetic characters, and certainly not to narrative resolution.

Cynthia Fuchs
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Domino (2005)

Imagine Mallory Knox as her own reality tv show star, less inclined to take up with the absolutely wrong man, and able to handle her mascara like a pro.

Cynthia Fuchs
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Top Gun: Special Collector's Edition (1986)

One angle on this newness was the boys' deep friendships, masculine and competitive but also tender and intimate.

Cynthia Fuchs
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Man on Fire (2004)

Tony Scott enthuses, 'I had such a brilliant smorgasbord of really odd, strange personalities and different looks.'"

Cynthia Fuchs
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Man on Fire (2004)

Man on Fire means to distress. Punctuated by mobile subtitles and assaultive editing, the movie underlines the daily threat of living in places where kidnapping is a sort of business, organized and ongoing.

Cynthia Fuchs
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The Gathering Storm

The point in 'The Gathering Storm' is that Churchill is 'human', that he has faults.

Tracy McLoone
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Spy Game (2001)

The film's assumptions about the Agency, are, in a word, Before September 11, before top secret government agencies (CIA, FBI, etc.) were revealed as not doing what they've been pretending to be doing all this time.

Cynthia Fuchs
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Spy Game (2001)

The film's assumptions about the Agency, are, in a word, Before September 11, before top secret government agencies (CIA, FBI, etc.) were revealed as not doing what they've been pretending to be doing all thi

Cynthia Fuchs

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